Get a Library Card

Any resident of California can obtain a Simi Valley Public Library card. The card can be obtained in person at Simi Valley Public Library or by filling out the online application. 

To obtain a card, you will need to show a valid California Driver’s License with a current address, or any government issued I.D. and a proof of address such as: postmarked mail, current bill with name and address, monthly rent receipt, tax payment, etc. Non-residents of California can obtain a library card for a $25 annual fee. 

The library card is available to adults, teens, and children. Those under the age of 18 must have their parent or legal guardian’s signature to get a library card. 

Upon obtaining a library card, a PIN will be set as the last four digits of the patron’s phone number. The PIN can be changed by logging into the library account or by letting a staff member know when registering in person at the library. 

A replacement card can be obtained for $1.00. Identification is required as proof for card replacement. 

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Due to expectation of heavy traffic congestion in the area of Tapo Canyon and the Civic Center, the library will be closed Saturday, June 6th.
We will be available again for curbside pickup beginning Monday, June 8th.